Sage Szkabarnicki Stuart’s work focuses on how humans interact with their home environment. The central question of her work is: what defines a place as home? One way to try and answer this is by highlighting aspects of the day-to-day that are embedded in routine. Through her photographs Sage hopes to give the viewer a new sense of appreciation and awareness for the place they call home.
James Kirkpatrick performs his new “Sound Island” at the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery Opening Reception. The exhibition continues to January 6, 2019 and then travels to The Robert McLaughlin Gallery from Feb 1 – April 7, 2019.
Photographer Susan Dobson gives us a tour of her May 2018 “Slide Library” exhibition. Watch our 4 minute video interview with Dobson where she describes the background behind the series and her interest in highlighting the history of photography.
Take a short 2 minute walk-through of Hans Wendt’s November 2017 exhibition “Paint Samples”.
Music: Six gnossiennes: No. 1, Lent by Erik Satie
Before the opening reception for Michael Smith’s “Fugitive Ground” June 2017 exhibition, we interviewed him about his new paintings in the exhibition. In the 6 minute video, Smith explains his fascination with the landscape, expands on their abstract quality and his impressive technique.
Jonathan Forrest introduces his July 2017 exhibition “Light and Matter” in this 3 1/2 minute video.
Sneak Peek of Michael Smith’s 5th solo show “Fugitive Ground” at MGG. Working with seasonal views and a wonderful impasto technique these paintings are not to be missed! June 2-24, 2017.
Will Gorlitz gives a talk and tour of his May 2017 exhibit “Lie of the Land” at Michael Gibson Gallery.
A quick sneak peek at Erik Olson’s December 2016 “Portraits” exhibition
Behind the scenes with Eyes as Big as Plates as they shoot “Bob”.
Take a walk-through of “The Life of a Bike”, featuring select paintings by Greg Curnoe & Charles Gagnon from Mr. Roy Heenan’s collection – on at Michael Gibson Gallery June 3 – 25, 2016
Music: Clair de Lune – Claude Debussy